Topics: South Australia

Do tissue spears used to clear ear canal pus improve hearing? A case series study of hearing in remote Australian Aboriginal children with chronic suppurative otitis media before and after dry mopping with tissue spears

Sparrow K, Sanchez L, Turner D, MacFarlane P, Carney AS (2015) Do tissue spears used to clear ear canal pus improve hearing? A case series study of hearing in remote Australian Aboriginal children with chronic suppurative otitis media before and after dry mopping with tissue spears Journal of Laryngology & Otology; FirstView: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022215115003217


A brief experience for medical students in a remote Aboriginal community

Benson J, Ryder C, Gill M, Balabanski A (2015) A brief experience for medical students in a remote Aboriginal community Australian Family Physician; 44: (752-759)


Physical functional limitations among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal older adults: associations with socio-demographic factors and health

Gubhaju L, Banks E, MacNiven R, McNamara BJ, Joshy G, Bauman A, Eades SJ (2015) Physical functional limitations among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal older adults: associations with socio-demographic factors and health PLoS ONE; 10: (1-17)


Medication reviews are useful, but the model needs to be changed: perspectives of Aboriginal Health Service health professionals on Home Medicines Reviews

Swain L, Barclay L (2015) Medication reviews are useful, but the model needs to be changed: perspectives of Aboriginal Health Service health professionals on Home Medicines Reviews BMC Health Services Research; 15: 366 Retrieved 10 September 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12913-015-1029-3


A systematic review of the evidence that swimming pools improve health and wellbeing in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia

Hendrickx D, Stephen A, Lehmann D, Silva D, Boelaert M, Carapetis J, Walker R (2015) A systematic review of the evidence that swimming pools improve health and wellbeing in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()


‘It’s like going to a cemetery and lighting a candle’: Aboriginal Australians, sorry business and social media

Carlson B, Frazer R (2015) ‘It’s like going to a cemetery and lighting a candle’: Aboriginal Australians, sorry business and social media AlterNative; 11: (211-224)


Better diabetes care in country south SA

Herriot M, Overton J, Eltridge F, Franzon J (2015) Better diabetes care in country south SA Adelaide: Country South SA Medicare Local


Review of Indigenous health curriculum in nutrition and dietetics at one Australian university: an action research study

Wilson AM, Mehta K, Miller J, Yaxley A, Thomas J, Jackson K, Wray A, Miller MD (2015) Review of Indigenous health curriculum in nutrition and dietetics at one Australian university: an action research study The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education; 44: (106-120)


Comparable survival outcome of metastatic colorectal cancer in Indigenous and non-Indigenous patients: retrospective analysis of the South Australian metastatic colorectal cancer registry

Tomita Y, Karapetis CS, Roder D, Beeke C, Hocking C, Roy AC, Townsend AR, Padbury R, Maddern G, Price TJ (2015) Comparable survival outcome of metastatic colorectal cancer in Indigenous and non-Indigenous patients: retrospective analysis of the South Australian metastatic colorectal cancer registry Australian Journal of Rural Health; Early view: ()


Monitoring and assessing the quality of care for youth: developing an audit tool using an expert consensus approach

Puszka S, Nagel T, Matthews V, Mosca D, Piovesan R, Nori A, Bailie R (2015) Monitoring and assessing the quality of care for youth: developing an audit tool using an expert consensus approach International Journal of Mental Health Systems; 9: 28 Retrieved 13 July 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13033-015-0019-5


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